Liberty Marketing - D&G Office Interiors
 

Liberty Marketing

  • Liberty Marketing
  • Liberty Marketing
  • Liberty Marketing
  • Liberty Marketing
  • Liberty Marketing
  • Liberty Marketing
  • Liberty Marketing

Liberty marketing contacted D&G wanting to alter the way in which they use their existing building. Their aim was to relocate all staff to the first floor which would help free up the ground floor to transform into a space that welcomes guests as well as houses flexible meeting spaces.

To start with we fitted out a tea point on the first-floor office and relocated the staff upstairs, so they could carry on a normal routine whilst we tackled ground floor. We created a vibrant, fun space that had bangs of colour boosting creativity, collaboration and productivity. The client wanted to steer clear of the corporate look and instead build on playfulness throughout the space. Key features;

A large boardroom for big meetings with interactive media.

A smaller traditional meeting room for up to 6 people.

Two colourful grass booths for informal drop in collaborative meetings.

Large oak collaborative bench desk for hot desking.

Vibrant cubes and unique shaped sofa providing a welcoming entrance for visitors.

Manifestation reflecting the clients company identity.